If you’re a PC gamer in India and have something to say about EA's price hike, share your thoughts on Facebook or Twitter using the #EAPCIndia hashtag.
To lead a happily married life, or to be able to game in peace. Life finally catches up to Azeem Banatwalla.
We spoke with Playstation India country manager Atindriya Bose to get all the details on PS4 in India.
We visit Los Santos and Blaine County for the first time with Franklin, Michael and Trevor.
The IVG community sits down to pick the brain of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt's gameplay designer. Here's what went down.
A gamer's heartfelt letter to Microsoft regarding their Xbox One shenanigans.
A quick recap of what went down at Microsoft's press conference last night.
Azeem Banatwalla on the joys of building the ultimate gaming PC, and the ridicule that comes with it.
This week's mobile reviews includes Injustice: Gods Among Us, Badland, The Other Brothers, and Stay Alight.
In this week’s app review round-up, Final Fantasy V, Nimble Quest, Mittens and Nitro.
If you're new to JRPGs Final Fantasy VII is the game to ease you in to the genre.
The Play 360 lounge played host to the first IVG gamers' meet up. Here are some pictures.
In this week’s mobile games round-up - Mini Ninjas, Puk, Le Vamp, and Sonic Dash.
Azeem Banatwalla talks about the Indian gamer's journey from being forced into piracy due to lack of availability of games to today being able to get all our favourite games on Day 1.
System Shock 2 may sound similar to Doom or other survival horror games, but it brings it's own brand of dread to the table making it a unique experience.
We get talking with the man who created Canabalt and Hundreds about indie games, freemium, endless runners, and... Dark Souls.
This week, save kittens from forest fires, alter gravity to collect hearts, help an alien suffering from memory loss, and partake in some trap shooting with fish.
A legendary retro-archaeologist in the making
Bandra Bugger aka José Covaco gives us his thoughts as he plays through the first fifteen minutes of Tomb Raider.
A few days ago, the nice people at MCV had a word with Atindriya Bose, Master Chief of all things Playstation in India. He mentioned that Sony could start locally replicating PS3 games within the country as early as this month. While it might not seem like much, here are some possible implications of this move and how it could affect your game purchases. Cheaper games Yes, rather than paying an obnoxious Rs 2,999 for a video game, there’s a good chance that you’d be paying less, as Bose hinted. Hopefully in the Rs 2,499 range of yore, if not less, since there isn’t a cost to bear for importing games as they would be made in the same country. We could also see games released across more price points i.e. More games at Rs 1,499 and Rs 1,899. Used games market crash Local replication will ensure that pricing on older, used titles will go down even further than the paltry value they hold right now. Do you have old titles that you want to get rid off? The time is now. Sure, newer games will hold their value, but back catalogue will not. So if you’ve got a copy…
There’s been an Assasin's Creed 4 information overload since the trailer was released, so we thought it best to present it all to you in simple, bullet-point form.
Indian gamers will be inundated with a plethora of AAA titles this month. We hope your wallet can handle the heat.
Eidos’ life president on the Tomb Raider reboot, the next generation of consoles, and how annual iterations of Hitman or Tomb Raider won't be happening anytime soon.
This week, we have a clunky physics-based puzzler, a vehicular stunt game with zombies, a pretty platformer, and an atrocious (surprise!) movie tie-in.